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Gryffin Premieres Video for Debut Single Heading

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Gryffin premiered the video for his debut single, “Heading Home,” featuring Josef Salvat, yesterday.

The video which features beautiful choreography by Joe Komara, was directed by Daniel Iglesias Jr. and shot in Downtown Los Angeles.

Released by Darkroom/Interscope Records in January, “Heading Home” features Gryffin’s live instrumentation, including piano and guitar, and clean production work that fuses Salvat’s anthemic vocals with a bouncy groove, dreamy atmospheres, and an evocative, nostalgic vibe. “Heading Home” hit No. 1 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 and U.S. Viral 50 charts at the end of January and has racked up more than 15 million plays on the service worldwide.

The classically trained pianist and guitarist (born Dan Griffin) has sold-out every date on his headlining “Heading Home Live” tour, which was meant to conclude in San Francisco. However due to demand, a show at the El Rey in Los Angeles has been added on May 7th. That date sold out in less than 20 minutes.

After cultivating a catalog of chart-topping remixes (including Years & Years’ “Desire” and Tove Lo’s “Talking Body”) that have amassed over 100 million streams in the past year, Gryffin is set to further his already steep upward trajectory with outstanding original music. With “Heading Home,” and his making the leap to live performance, Gryffin ushers in a new era of his career as he continues to manifest his own melody-rich style of house music on more singles to come, while establishing himself as an original artist.


 

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